SINGAPORE (Nov 22): Singapore Airlines (SIA) says its low-cost carrier, Scoot, will be taking over a number of SilkAir’s routes over the next two years – as well as transferring some of its services to existing destinations served by SIA and SilkAir, the group’s regional wing.

Customers with existing bookings will be provided the option to switch to the new Scoot, SIA or SilkAir flights where possible, or be provided refunds.

The move comes ahead of an impending merger of SilkAir into SIA that will see the upgrading of SilkAir’s cabin products with an investment of over $100 million.

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